This is a half time faculty position starting for the Winter and Spring quarters of 2018.
The Evergreen State College seeks a faculty member with broad interest, training and experience in management who is interested in teaching in an interdisciplinary, theme-based, collaborative context. The successful candidate will teach a half-time (8 quarter hour credit, 0.50 FTE) class focused on critical issues in human resource management. The class will meet for approximately 8 hours per week, on an evening and/or weekend schedule. Candidates must have the ability/interest to teach principles and methods of human resource management in the current economic and political environment. Expertise in two or more of the following areas is required: management, labor and employment law, labor economics, and organizational development.
The successful candidate may be asked to co-teach with a faculty member from the fields of communications, writing, or social sciences. Faculty members at Evergreen generally organize themselves in teaching teams that have a significant amount of direct contact with students and enjoy a high degree of freedom to determine the subject matter, pace, emphasis, and classroom strategies. Faculty directly advise and mentor students, and participate in Evergreen’s system of shared governance. Experience working with diverse and underserved students is desirable.
• Master’s degree in business or closely related field;
• Demonstrated experience teaching in a classroom or professional environment.
• Ability to work with students to develop their writing and communication skills.
• Demonstrated expertise in two or more of the following areas: management, labor and employment law, labor economics, and organizational development.
• Experience in teaching management at the college or university level; and
• Practical experience in business, public sector, or non-profit management.
• Experience in working with diverse and underserved populations.
• Interest and ability to teach critical issues in HR management in the current economic and political environment.
Review of complete applications begins May 1, 2017. We will continue to accept applications until finalists are selected.
This is an Adjunct Faculty position and is not eligible for continuing appointment. Salary for all positions based on experience and degrees. We do not offer relocation expenses for our adjunct faculty positions.
Closing Date: May 1, 2017